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How To Warm Up Before Badminton

How To Warm Up Before Badminton

The above video is depicting a clear idea on how to warm up before playing badminton. It is clearly explaining various stretches that help to reduce the strains of playing badminton.

Hi, my name is John Webb. I have been coaching for badminton for over 15 years. Now, I am going to share some tips on how to play badminton.

I am going to teach you about how to warm up before playing badminton. A warm up is really crucial; it often really helps you to prevent injuries. It helps to stretching muscles.

You can be playing badminton easily. During playing overhead, your arm and lower shoulder muscles are going to be heavily strained. Warm up helps to avoid straining of those.

The movements in doubles are in way that they keep pressure on thighs and legs. So you really need stretching to start doubles. There are couples of stretches.

One of them is stretch both the hands in front and back directions. This really helps in relaxing your arm muscles. Later exercise is for pits.

Now, bend over such that keeping your leg a little bit front. Again keeping your arms in forward direction, just move them looking aside and move them back. This will really help to relax your strains during playing overhead shots.

Now, you have to stretch your legs as there is need of much work. Hold down one leg behind the other such that the thigh muscle is really strained. One of the good exercises is bending the knee and holding it such that it stretches the thigh.

It really helps in playing lower body net shots. Do it the other side also. It takes 5 to 10 minutes for stretching.

But it helps to avoid any injury and it can yield better. .